The president of Suffolk Polling tonight told Bill O’Reilly on The Factor that the company will not be taking any further polls in Florida, North Carolina and Virginia. David Paleologos, Suffolk University Political Research Center Director, told Bill these states are clearly going to Romney.
What Paleologos said seems to go in line with what Dick Morris has been saying. That if an incumbent is polling well below 50%, he’ll likely lose. Considering Romney had an impressive debate performance, Obama is not likely to really dig himself out of the hole in Florida, North Carolina, or Virginia.
If you take the battleground map and give them to Romney, he’ll be at 248 electoral votes. He’ll be the clear front runner.